Day 1: Nairobi – Samburu

Depart Nairobi for Samburu National reserve driving through central Kenya region to the semi-arid northern Kenya. Due to the dry climate, grasses are sparse, making animals easier to spot. Meanwhile, the Ewaso Ng’iro River, which borders the reserve, provides a year-round water supply. These two factors make for a great game-viewing experience. After lunch, enjoy an afternoon game drives where you have the chance to see rare animals you will not see in other parts of the world. “Special 5,” this includes Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, Somali ostrich, Oryx Beisa, and the gerenuk, a long-necked antelope that feeds while standing on its hind feet. Dinner and overnight

DAY 2: Samburu

Full day explore of Samburu reserve. Large numbers of elephant and Nile crocodile can be seen, as well as waterbuck, Kirk’s dik-dik, and Grant’s gazelle. Where there is prey, predators can be found, so lion, cheetah, and leopard are often spotted. The reserve is also a great place for bird watching, with over 300 species. During your afternoon game drive, you can also opt to visit the Samburu village and learn the Samburu community way of life. Dinner and Overnight

Day 3: Samburu – Nairobi

Early morning breakfast will be followed by en-route game drive as we head back to Nairobi. Stopover for lunch can be done (your cost) before proceeding with the journey back to Nairobi to be dropped at a place of your choice.

Sentrim Samburu

 From KSH 19,900 Per person sharing

Larsen Camp

From KSH 21,200 Per person sharing

Samburu Simba Lodge

From KSH 21,200 Per person sharing

Samburu Sopa Lodge  

From KSH 25,904 Per person sharing



2 Nights' accommodation

Transport to Samburu and back to Nairobi

Roof pop up Van


Daily Game drives

Professional driver guide

Guest Park Fees



Tips & Gratuities

Travel & Medical Insurance

Laundry, Telephone & internet



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